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food52.com/blog/25058

Whether peeled or unpeeled, hard-boiled eggs will stay A-OK for up to a week in the fridge. Should they be stored peeled or unpeeled? Keeping the eggs in-shell will protect them from drying out, as the shell acts as a moisture barrier.

www.southernliving.com/.../how-long-can-you-store-hard-boiled-eggs-fridge

"The best bet for hard boiled eggs is to keep them stored in the refrigerator, according to The Incredible Egg [a.k.a. the American Egg Board] website. In the shell, hard boiled eggs should last for up to a week when properly stored, but peeled eggs should be eaten the same day," writes the article's author Jennifer Aldrich.

health11.com/.../health-food/how-long-leave-hard-boiled-eggs-unrefrigerated

How Long Should You Leave Hard-Boiled Eggs Unrefrigerated?, Salmonella is a very common type of food poisoning and in the United States alone contaminated eggs with salmonella cause over 142,000 cases each year according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Making sure to keep your eggs refrigerated can help reduce the risks of contaminations.

www.wikihow.com/Store-Boiled-Eggs

Refrigerate unpeeled hard-boiled eggs. Keeping eggs in their shells will help to prevent the egg from deteriorating; place hard-boiled eggs that still have their shells back in the egg carton, or in a sealed container. Store the hard-boiled eggs on a refrigerator shelf. Don’t store hard-boiled eggs in the refrigerator door.

www.epicurious.com/expert-advice/how-to-peel-eggs-fastest-easiest-article

Adding cold eggs to boiling water (rather than starting them in room-temp or cold water) helps the eggs release cleanly and more easily from the shell. 2. Drain the boiled eggs and return to pot ...

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How Long can Fresh Eggs be Unrefrigerated? - Shelf Life and Egg Quality - How Long can Fresh Eggs be Unrefrigerated? - Shelf Life and Egg Quality A shelf life of eggs: Under refrigeration, eggs are valid for up to 60 days from the date of laying. Without refrigeration, the durability varies - up to ten days in summer and at most fifteen in winter.

www.loavesanddishes.net/the-secret-to-easy-peeling-hard-boiled-eggs

TIPS AND TRICKS for Easy Peel Hard Boiled Eggs. Add the eggs directly from the refrigerator to the boiling water. You may notice that a few crack, but not many. This is the way that restaurants peel large numbers of eggs for use.; Dunk the eggs DIRECTLY from the boiling water into the ice bath.; For the ice bath, you are going to want 2-3 cups of ice in 5-6 cups of water.

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Peeled hard-boiled eggs can be stored in the refrigerator in a bowl of cold water to cover for about 1 week (change the water daily) - or in a sealed container without water (cover the eggs with damp paper towels) for the same length of time. Hard-boiled eggs in their shells can be stored in the refrigerator for 2-3 weeks.

www.survivalsullivan.com/how-to-preserve-eggs

Pickling eggs is a great and tasty way to preserve them. Be sure to have your jar(s) sterilized ahead of time. Choose fresh eggs and hard boil them using your preferred method. Once boiled, transfer the eggs to an ice bath and when they are cooled, peel the eggs and place them in your sterilized jar.

thefrugalchicken.com/4-time-tested-techniques-to-preserve-eggs-and-some-19th...

This is my personal favorite method. To pickle eggs, you preserve peeled, hard boiled eggs in a vinegar brine solution, mixed with spices. Some people pickle them with beets, so the preserved eggs get a beautiful red color, and others prefer to use turmeric so the beets get an orange or yellow color. Each way yields a different flavor too!